Which Came First: Obama’s Theme or “Frozen”?

The President was heard singing to himself as he walked to Capitol Hill recently. His words were very similar to the popular song promoting isolation and self-importance, “Frozen.” Which came first? For those of you unfamiliar with song from the movie, here’s a link that can help you decide.


The President’s version:

“The dome glows bright on the Capitol tonight,
not a Congress in each wing.
A country of division and it looks like I’m the king.
Non-lib’rals are howling like this swirling storm inside.
Can’t keep them down, Michelle knows I tried.
Don’t let them in, don’t let them see.
Be the good “savior” you always have to be.
Plot, don’t feel, don’t let them know.
Well, now they know!

I’ll veto, I’ll veto!
Do it again and again.
I’ll veto, I’ll veto!
Sign away and slam the pen.
I don’t care what the public’s going to say.
Let the storm rage on.
The law never bothered me anyway.

It’s funny how some power,
makes the voters seem small.
And conscience tried to control me, can’t get to me at all.
It’s time to see what I can do,
to test the Court and break through.
No right, no wrong, no rules for me.
I’m free!

I’ll veto, I’ll veto!
I’m one with the wind and sky.
I’ll veto, I’ll veto!
I get away with lies.
I’m the prez, forever I’ll stay.
Let the storm rage on.

My power flurries through from D.C. to open border.
My soul is spiraling from each executive order
And one thought crystallizes like an icy blast
They’ll never stop me, Constitution’s in the past!

I’ll veto, I’ll veto!
And I’ll rule like Cuba’s Fidel.
I’ll veto, I’ll veto!
The nation goes to hell
Here I stand, always get my way.

Let the storm rage on!
The law never bothered me anyway.


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